Lance Polland’s “Werewolves In Heat” has Ron Jeremy, no Manischewitz
by Angela Quinton
May. 18, 2014
I recently received an email from Lance Polland, a filmmaker whose two most recent projects were Bloody Bloody Bible Camp (featuring “Sister Mary Chopper”) and Crack Whore (switchblade revenge against rapist hillbillies). His latest film is Werewolves In Heat, which he describes as “‘The Hangover’ meets ‘Werewolves on Wheels’ with a dash of ‘American Pie'”.
Death Valley is a place where drunk college kids can run wild on weekends without fear of the police shutting them down. This small desert town is home to a local Biker gang known as the Legion of Outlaws, an MC who traffic drugs and prostitution through this quiet community. Death Valley is also a place where getting attacked by a werewolf is nothing out of the ordinary especially during a full moon.
It stars Ron Jeremy (yes, that Ron Jeremy) and while I don’t think it’s going to be an “adult” film, it’s certainly got the pedigree and ingredients to be one of those grindhouse indies that takes full advantage of its “unrated” status. You can follow the film’s development on IMDB or Facebook, or the Indiegogo campaign (already 90% funded after 4 days) to raise funds for the remaining werewolf effects shots. You can also watch a rough cut of a scene (sans colour correction or sound mixing) below, and check out some photos that Lance included. Werewolves In Heat seems like utter madness, and I approve!